So my car used to ride on ProKit springs. Now that I really am looking at doing well at the track I want to hear some theories on how I should set up my car. Last time out I swapped the rear springs for the OEM ones to soften up the rear. I left the ProKit springs up front. Is that the right move to make? Should I put the stock springs in front too? I kinda like the old school stance the car has but I'm not sure that without the stockers up front I am maximizing the weight transfer and optimizing the squat characteristics that I could be achieving. Another question that I have is now that the rear is at the stock height, where should I have my control arms at? They are still in the lowest setting on my BMR relocation brackets and at quite an angle. Is too much angle going to adversely effect the performance? Is too much angle bad? Should I remove the brackets and go with the original mounting points, leave them be, or move them to the intermediate setting? Let's hear what you guys have to say about proper weight transfer and maximizing my rear wheel traction. Just a little more info; I drive an auto with a pretty high stall converter, been running 1.6xx to 1.7xx 60' times, loosing traction when the tranny shifts into second causing me to pedal it a bit. Running 12.2 at the finish line and would really like to knock a couple of tenths off of my time.